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Taylor Swift brings back her curly, country-music hair

by Jenna Fratello / / Source: TODAY

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Taylor Swift has changed up her look more times than we can count. Now, she's bringing back a hairstyle from when she first became a household name.

While celebrating her best friend (and supermodel) Karlie Kloss' 24th birthday, Swift returned to her favored hairstyle in 2009 — swapping her sleek bob for a more natural look.

 Taylor Swift in 2009 on the left and 2016 on the right. It looks like the country curls are making a comeback! Getty Images, Startraks

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She stayed away from the straightener in favor of letting her natural curls loose in the Hamptons, which seems perfectly fitting for a trip to the beach. She even kept up the style when she returned home to New York City and has been blessing us with nostalgic flashbacks of her country-crooning days ever since.

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Since it's clear that she harbors no "bad blood" with her old hairstyle, some fans have speculated that this could signal some new music to come — and a potential return to her country roots. After all, Swift is notorious for switching up her look to emulate her latest album's aesthetic.

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If the time ever comes to break out the cowboy boots and sundresses that we all purchased for the "Fearless" tour, we'll be ready.

And just like that "red lip classic thing" that we like, some things — like embracing your natural texture — will never go out of style.

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